10UP Competition

AIA Atlanta’s 2017 Residential Design Awards

The 2017 Winners
Meet the RDA Jury

AIA Atlanta’s annual Residential Design Awards (RDA) return for a fourth year, honoring excellence in work built by AIA members and architects registered in Georgia. Winners were announced at Build Something Great on Thursday, November 16.

RDA categories include:

  • Mixed-Use (Less Than 50 Units)
  • Mixed-Use (Over 50 Units)
  • Single Family (Nontraditional)
  • Single Family (Traditional)
  • Renovations/Adaptive Reuse (Less Than 5,000 sq ft)
  • Renovations/Adaptive Reuse (Over 5,000 sq ft)

2017 RDA winners. See more here.

The Jury

Maria Casarella, AIA
Maria Casarella, AIA
Maria is a senior associate with Cunningham | Quill Architects and has award-winning residential, institutional and historic preservation experience as an architect in Washington, DC. Maria was appointed by Mayor Adrian Fenty to the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Review Board in 2008, and served as an appointed architect member until September 2015.
Carlos Jiménez
Carlos Jiménez
Born in San Jose, Costa Rica, Carlos is an award-winning architect, author and professor at Rice University School of Architecture in Houston, Texas. As owner of Carlos Jiménez Studio, noted works include the Library Service Center and Data Center at Rice University; the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia; and the Benopia Civic Center in Gandia, Spain. Carlos served as a juror for the Pritzker Architecture Prize from 2001-2011.
Marieanne Khoury-Vogt
Marieanne Khoury-Vogt
In practice with Erik Vogt, Marieanne is co-founder of Khoury & Vogt Architects. She received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Wisconsin (after studying for 3 years at L’Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris, France) and has a Master of Architecture and Master of Urban Planning from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.
Eric Osth, AIA
Eric Osth, AIA
Eric Osth, AIA is a managing principal with the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based Urban Design Associates. He serves as principal-in-charge on urban design and architecture projects domestically and internationally. Eric also serves on the board for Riverlife, an organization championing the character and quality of life around the city’s three rivers. Eric was president of AIA Pittsburgh in 2011.
Erik Vogt
Erik Vogt
Erik Vogt founded Khoury & Vogt Architects with Marieanne Khoury in Miami, Florida, in 2001, as a practice in architecture, urban design, and town planning. He received his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Miami and Master of Architecture from Yale University. The practice, currently based in Alys Beach, FL., engages projects of a variety of scales, programs, and locales.

Build Something Great

Thursday November 16, 2017 • Summerour Studio

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